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[movies]Vibram FiveFingers Review - Severin Romanov
Everyone has been curious about these new barefoot shoes from Vibram that came out in March. Some fed their curiosity early, others want to hear some feedback. We recently got our hands on a few pairs. For the most part, Dr. RomanovÂs advice is - try emÂ. They are fun and unique shoes. There are certain neuances that need to be sorted out, but that is a manufacturing issue. Dr. Romanov has mostly positive things to say about these unique barefoot slip-ons...
Keywords: Dr. Romanov, FiveFingers, Free Running, Pose Method ,Pose Tech
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There are numerous ways to warm-up before a training session. The way you warm-up could depend on the weather, or the type of training you will be doing, etc. The possibilities are endless. Dr. Romanov presents a very basic warm-up routine that will prepare you for a run. The warm-up consists of three major parts which include 5 to 15 minutes of easy jogging, drills to set neuro-muscular patterns and enhance perception, followed by short strides to acctually prepare you for your run.
Keywords: Dr. Romanov, pose tech, free running, warm up
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[movies]Errors and Mistakes in Running - Pose Tech Productions/ Dr. Nicholas Romanov
An error is a deviation from the standard. In the Pose Method, errors in leg movement and perception are addressed by Dr. Romanov. Featuring Debbie Savage.
Keywords: Dr. Romanov; Pose Method; Pose Tech; Debbie Savage; Erros in running; misteakes
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